BTEC TA in Digital Information Technology Buddy & more

With the launch of the new BTEC Tech Award in Digital Information Technology, resources have been trialled during 2018 with students. Are you ready to embark on the DIT but cannot find resources to match the specification? Resources being uploaded from June 2018. Resources also available for: KS3 Computer Science, GCSE Computer Science, GCSE Business, GCSE Business Communication Systems and the BTEC First Award in Business.

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With the launch of the new BTEC Tech Award in Digital Information Technology, resources have been trialled during 2018 with students. Are you ready to embark on the DIT but cannot find resources to match the specification? Resources being uploaded from June 2018. Resources also available for: KS3 Computer Science, GCSE Computer Science, GCSE Business, GCSE Business Communication Systems and the BTEC First Award in Business.

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BTEC First Award in Business - Unit 2 Finance Revision

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Memory Joggers to help students think about the long QWC questions. Use the card size memory jogger for a carousel paired activity, and then use the questions as a follow on written activity. I hope this resource can assist in final revision for the Unit 2 Business Finance exam. Good luck.

Break Even: Finding the break-even point in Units and Revenues (Calculation)

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Activity with formulae, explanation and example. Student worksheet Teacher Solution worksheet. Calculating: Contribution per Unit Break-Even Point in Units Break-Even Point in Revenues

GCSE Computer Science 9-1 Lesson 6 Using Lists in Python

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Python Efficiency Module: Recapping on lists from introductory unit to Python. Manipulating lists. Using Lists in Python 09.02.17 Success Criteria: Create list Print list and elements in list Add elements to a list Alter elements in a list Remove elements from a list Sort elements in a list Activity Python code in a text file.

BTEC Business - Unit 2 Finance End of Year Test

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BTEC Business - Unit 2 Finance Topics included: Costs &amp; Revenues, Break-Even, Cash Flow and Budgets Assessing: Definition, selection and calculations. Once completed and reviewed in DIRT (Direct Improvement &amp; Reflection Time) lesson, will act as a revision resource. Easily adaptable for future testing in preparation for online test.

GCSE Computer Science 9-1 Using SQL to Search for Data using Python

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GCSE Computer Science - Programming Techniques : LO1: The use of records to store data LO2: The use of SQL to search for data Using the subject matter of a Year 11 Computer Science class, students learn how to create a table in a database, how to add individual records, how to add multiple records and then how to search for records. The extension task is then to create a database on a topic of their choice using the programming techniques shown in the walk-through-talk-through example. This lesson comes complete with notepad copies of the Python code with and without comments (just copy and paste code into Python).

GCSE Computer Science 9-1: Think - Make the Link (Unit 2 Exam and Unit 3 NEA)

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OCR GCSE Computer Science Think - Make the Link A presentation developed from the OCR Specification to demonstrate to students how the knowledge and understanding for the new Unit 2 exam correlates with the skills required for the Unit 3 Non-Exam Assessment. By drawing the parallels between the content for the two assessments, I hope to develop stronger students with greater clarity in computational thinking as they approach the NEA in the Autumn term 2017, and prepare for the exam in Summer 2018. Scheme of work and lesson plans currently under development, and will follow.

BTEC ICT Online World/ICT

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Revision resource for students to revise the key topics of the Unit 1 Online world in preparation for the online test. Topics include: Online services, communication, software and documents; legislation; networks etc. How to use a Golden Nugget: Read a golden nugget. Read it again. Look away - what can you remember? Read it again - what did you forget? Read it again. Look away - have you remembered it yet?

GCSE Computer Science 9-1 Sorting & Searching Algorithms

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Let’s Do It Activities Designed as lesson starters for component 2 - revision of the different methods for searching and sorting: Binary search, linear search, bubble sort, merge sort, merge sort lists and insertion sort. Each method is illustrated through worked examples and tips on how to search/sort with three practice questions that students can work on independently. In my lessons, I will have a folder with the solutions in so that students can self-mark once they have completed the activity. To follow shortly: Let’s Do It Activities for Programming Techniques.

KS3 CS1 Understanding Computer Input Process Output

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Key Stage 3 Computer Science CS1 Understanding Computers Numeracy bridge lesson This lesson bridges the gap between the PA1 Scratch unit and CS1 Understanding Computers unit for Year 7. The lesson focuses on the computer system - Input - Process - Storage Output. The activities are based around the Little Man Computer simulation.

BTEC Business Unit 2 Finance Balance Sheet

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Knowledge Build Cards: Assets Liabilities Theory &amp; Questions 15 minute introductory activities

BTEC TA Digital Information Technology: Comp 3 Responsible Use/ Ethical and Legal Considerations

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This is a set of Knowledge Build Cards (KBCs) linked to the theory required for Component 3 C1. Responsible Use and C2. Legal &amp; Ethical. Used as follows: 15 mins SSCR literacy task for content: Skim - Scan - Close Read in order to enable application. Key theory as per specification. Contextualisation. Students completed the response to questions on a mindmap on our VLE, before completing a related blog on each topic. Thanks for taking an interest in this resource.

BTEC TA Digital Information Tech C3 Exam

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With students, prior to assessment, we run a walk-through-talk-through lesson, where using a visualiser, we talk through the questions and then the teacher handwrites the answer explaining how they structure it. This has resulted in greater confidence displayed by students in the following assessment. As we have multiple teachers, a solution is provided with possible answers so that there is consistency in guidance given to students. Following the assessment, in the DIRT lesson, we go through a modelled answer to again show students how the teacher would have approached the actual assessment and things they should have picked up on when reading/answering the questions. This assessment is based on: Modern Technologies and the Impact of Modern Technologies.

GCSE Computer Science 9-1 Component 1 Revision ETL4

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Revision lesson: Each revision lesson gets the students working independently for the first part of the lesson, followed by a review of the answers. A specific area of Component 1 is then revised, and the lesson concludes with a QWC question. If you have longer lessons, you could add in past exam questions from the A451 syllabus which are related. Independent questions: Storage, wired/wireless networks and legislation Teacher-led revision: Legislation QWC question: Application of legislation.

BTEC TA DIT: C3 Impact of Modern Tech

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Unit of work looking at the impact of modern technology on organisations, the individual and society. Developing students report writing techniques, this unit develops on from the unit on Modern Technologies.

Break-even

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A complete unit on Break-even, including end of unit assessment. Resources prepared to teach break-even through story and simplified theory. Theory Story Visual understanding using Microsoft Excel Homework End of Unit Assessment All solutions provided to make your job easier. Student worksheets.

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A selection of resources created to help students prepare for the BTEC FA Business Unit 2 Business Finance exam.

Python - Menus, Selection and Functions

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Python Efficiency - Lesson 2 Menu-driven Program Creating a menu using Procedures, Functions and Selection. Menu to perform calculations: Add, subtract, multiply or divide 2 numbers from user input. (Example Python code in text file - simply copy and paste into Python)

A song for the Financial Document Trail

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How do you get students to remember the financial document trail? This worked well with one of my classes.

KS2/3 Computing: The Scratch Christmas Story

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Scratch Christmas Story Scratch activity designed for Year 3 &amp; 4 to introduce the concept of coding using blocks. Used Scratch 2 offline editor (Scratch.mtu) Program files can only be opened in Scratch, however the powerpoint instructions have all the required code in should you wish to use the online version.